MP tells Sakaja to put TNA house in order
27 October 2014, 16:27
Nyeri - Othaya MP, Mary Wambui has asked The National Alliance (TNA) party national chairman, Johnson Sakaja to put President Uhuru Kenyatta’s political party in order by solving the differences pitting party officials in Nyeri County.
Various factions of power in TNA Nyeri County have each been claiming to be the actual and recognised officials. However, Wambui asked the party’s county officials to adhere to the will of the people and resist from external advisories.
“Those inciting TNA officials in Nyeri County are determined to divide and create instability within the party. Am not aware the reason behind all these wars between elected officials,” said Wambui.
“Sakaja should solve the impasse and reconcile the party members. The will of the people on leadership matters should prevail,” she added.
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The MP was speaking during Mathenge Technical Training Institute graduation ceremony where more than 500 granduands were awarded with diplomas in various subjects.
Recently, a group claiming to be comprising TNA county officials from the six constituencies held a press conference where they denounced Thuo Mathenge as the party’s county chairman.
The splinter group, led by Kieni constituency TNA chairman, Simon Gitahi Mwangi, said Thuo assumed the party’s chairmanship under controversial circumstances since there were no elections.
The party is however set to hold its elections in the County.
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